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Indian Railways continued to register highest ever freight loading in May 2024

June 6, 2024
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New Delhi - The national transporter carried 139.16 million tonnes (MT) of freight in May 2024. This is 3.6% higher than 134.16 MT loading achieved in May 2023. An official statement said, Rs 15,230.90 crore freight revenue was clocked during May 2024, up from Rs 14,641.83 crore in the same month of fiscal 2023-24.

With this, the national transporter has clocked the 56th straight month of highest ever freight loading, beginning October 2020. Cumulative freight loading for April and May fiscal 2024-25 stood at 267.47 MT.Coal continued . . .

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